NHS Grampian has recorded three times the number of Covid cases than NHS Highland in the last seven days.
NHS Grampian has recorded a total of 276 new infections overnight.
It takes their total number of cases in the last seven days to 1,937, which gives it a rate of 330.8 cases per 100,000 people – the fourth highest in Scotland.
Meanwhile, NHS Highland have recorded a fraction of cases than the north-east, with 145 cases in the last 24 hours and a total of 612 this week, which gives it a rate of 190.7 cases per 100,000 people.
In the latest Scottish Government figures, a total of 2,627 new cases were reported across Scotland.
Latest figures published by the Scottish Government show there has been 133 new Covid cases in Aberdeenshire in the last 24 hours with 83 in Aberdeen City.
Meanwhile, there has been 97 new cases in the Highlands with 60 in Moray, eight in both Shetland and the Western Isles and one in Orkney.
It comes as 93 new patients were admitted to health facilities across the country with Covid-19, with a further four transferred to Intensive care.
A further 16 deaths were also recorded in the latest 24 hours. One of the deaths was in the Highland Council region.
Covid cases remain the highest in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area, with more than 500 cases recorded in a single day.
Health boards in Greater Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Lothian have recorded the highest infection rates across the country, with a total of 12,38 new cases of Coronavirus combined.
In the latest 24 hours, a total of 5,909 people received the first dose of their Covid-19 vaccine taking the total number of people vaccinated to 4,240,984.
A total of 3,857,442 of Scots are now fully vaccinated after 2,595 received the second dose of their vaccine.